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“There There” (studio version)
Radiohead
from “Hail to the Theif”
tabbed by arlen b, 04/05/03
webpage: www.geocities.com/kingoftheeskimos

key:
/ - slide up
\ - slide down
b - bend note
p - pull off

standard tuning

intro (w/ variation):
  Bm7
e----------0-2------------2-0---0-2--------------
B------0-------0------0------0-------------------
G----2---2----------2---2-----2------------------
D---0--------------0-----------------------------
A-2--------------2-------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------

verse (w/ variation):
  Bm7                          (G    D5/F#  Em) x2
e----------0-2---------3--2--0-------------------
B------0-------0---------------------------------
G----2---2-----------2----------4------2---------
D---0---------------0-----------0------0----5----
A-2---------------2-------------x------x----2----
E-------------------------------3------2----0----
in pitch dark i go walking in your landscape
broken branches trip me as i speak

chorus:
  A    Dmaj7/F#       (G    D5/F#  Em) x2
e------------------------------------------------
B-2------2-----3---2-----------------------------
G-2------2-----2---2---4------2------------------
D-2------0-----0---0---0------0----5-------------
A-0------x-----x---x---x------x----2-------------
E--------2-----2---2---3------2----0-------------
just cos you feel it doesn’t mean it’s there

outro intro: (palm mute, alternating emphasis from lower notes to higher notes with each chord):
e------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------
G-------5----------------------------------------
D--7----7--5-------------------------------------
A--9----5--7--7-7-5/7\5-/9\7--5/7\5-/9\7--5/7\5--
E--7-------5--0-0-0-0-0--0-0--0-0-0--0-0--0-0-0--

outro main chords:
 Bm    Dm6  Amadd9   Em
e-7-----7-----7------7----------------------------
B-0-----6-----x------0----------------------------
G-7-----x-----5------0----------------------------
D-0-----7-----7------5----------------------------
A-x-----5-----0------7----------------------------
E-7------------------0----------------------------

outro lead:
e------7-------7-------7-------7-------7-------7--
B----------------------------------------6-------5
G----7---7---7---7---7---7---7---7----------------
D------------------------------------7-------7----
A----------------------------------5-------5------
D--7-------7-------7-------7----------------------

e------7-------7-------7-------7-------7----------
B------------------------0-------0-------0--------
G--------5-------4--------------------------------
D----7-------7------------------------------------
A--0-------0---------7-------7-------7------------
D------------------0-------0-------0--------------
why so green and lonely?

e------7-------7-------7---------------------7----
B----------------------------------------------6--
G----7---7---7---7---7---7------------------------
D------------------------------------------7------
A--------------------------7-7-7-7-7-7-6-5--------
D--7-------7-------7------------------------------

e--------------------7------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------/10-/8--/10-10-/8-8
G----------------------5----------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------------
A--7-7-7-7-7-6-5-3p0-----7-6-5-4-3-0-0--------------------
D---------------------------------------------------------
we are accidents waiting to happen

repeat till end.
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heartion wrote on January 12 2008, 08:36 pm

I far I as understand, this song is not in standard tuning, it is in drop D. But this was still a very good tab! I
actually think it sounds perfect and I will be playing it like this from now on.

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Yoshimano wrote on May 22 2013, 06:41 pm

There is no reason to drop the E to D. The original tone is B and you could use a drop D tuning, but that doesn't seem appropriate to me. Way easier in standard tuning.

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